I have a GX and think I can help. Have you loaded a MIDI Device for your piano? If not try these attachments. They’re for the model yours replaced but if the sound banks are the same they should be fine. I made them myself (by copying patch names from the user manual) but they seems to work fine nevertheless. Edit away to suit your needs then drop the final version into “[prefs folder]\Scripts\Patchnames” and you will see your device in the MIDI Device Manager list.
They have the same sounds but in the “subfolders” version, GM instruments are included as subfolders of the main preset groups (using the [g1] and [g2] tags).
You’ll also want to edit the Device Name entries in each file. The asterisk in front of it is to bring it to the top of the list in Cubase and flag it as one of mine.
The [p2,0,87,64] stuff at the start of the line is the command your NX is expecting and you may need to change them. In my manual this info is at the back under “Tone List” and the example here relates to:
p2 = preset level (see “script documentation.txt” in the folder you put these files into)
0 = PC - 1
87 = MSB
64 = LSB
(phew, I’m struggling to remember this…)
RD-700GX Device Script (subfolders).txt (14.8 KB)
RD-700GX Device Script (linear).txt (14.7 KB)
You can now load the piano as a VST Instrument, although having it switched on will give you an echo so I leave it off. In fact, you don’t need it loaded as a VST at all to gain access to your patches from Cubase. I think the only time you need to have the VST part of it loaded is if you want to Bounce it down to audio. I think. Check that when you come to it. I still don’t have all this 100% clear.
I think that should cover it. Any questions/observations, get back to me.